Proceedings of the Health Professional Education Research Symposium 2017
Anakin, Megan Grayce
This symposium was the first of its kind at the Dunedin School of Medicine. It was intended to provide a welcoming and supportive environment. To promote research and scholarship into health professional education at the Dunedin School of Medicine, we encouraged authors to write abstracts that focus on research or practice. Many participants were new to presenting educational research and discussing their teaching practice so peer-reviewers of the abstracts were encouraged to be gentle and constructive in their approach to reviewing. All abstracts were reviewed by two reviewers. Suggestions were collated and passed back to the authors. The revised abstracts are found in this proceedings. This event was supported by the University of Otago Continuing Education Fund, the Dunedin School of Medicine, and proudly in association with the Southern District Health Board.
Contributor: Hehir, Layla; Latta, Lis; Young, Jessica; Stebbings, Simon; Millichamp, Jane; Pinnock, Ralph; McDowell, Arlene; German, Richard; Timmermans, Julie; Ronayne, Cat; Rudland, Joy; Gallagher, Lisa; Barak, Yoram; Merry, Emma; Duffull, Stephen; Tweed, Mike; Gallagher, Stephen; Dar, Ohad; Willers, Shona; Frame, Kate; Vos, Stephanie; Williamson, Martyn; Ross, Jim; Egan, Tony; Motidyang, Ben Daniel; Johnson, Steve; Rowcroft, Mayumi; Anakin, Megan; Ballard, Christy; Hyland, Fiona; Admiraal, Anita; Gale, Chris; Glue, Paul; Wright, Daniel F B; Marra, Carlo; Macfarlane, Emma; Gladman, Tehmina; Hallman, Scott; Hutton, John; Paterson, Helen
Publisher: Dunedin School of Medicine, University of Otago
Rights Statement: The author(s) of the abstracts retain copyright for their abstracts published in this proceedings.
Keywords: health professional education research; symposium proceedings; abstracts
Research Type: Other
When citing this work please cite as: Anakin, M. (Ed.) (2017). Proceedings of the Health Professional Education Research Symposium 2017. Dunedin, New Zealand: Dunedin Medical School.